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    Posted on 12-09-2014 01:47 PM  Number of Views: 13 
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    Inline ImageMikedrew87 just released a new fanedit Zombie Squad From HellThis is a fanedit of Hell of the Living Dead - 1980 (original title: Virus) that tries to make that "great bad" zombie movie just slightly better.Mikedrew87:"- Added some filter effects using Sony Vegas Film Effects (dust, scratches, distortions of the film, etc.)- Added a Grindhouse preview of Machete as the opening preview.- Re-arranged the power plant scene and the hostage scene. Now the movie starts out with the hostage scene then goes to the power plant scene.- Cut a lot of the weird stock footage they used in the movie. It's so weird.- Sped up the movie by trimming a few minor scenes that had no meaning to the movie.And new music."Enter the forum discussion.Inline Image
    Posted on 12-09-2014 01:43 PM  Number of Views: 13 
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    Inline ImageMikedrew87 just released a new fanedit Journey Into Unknown WorldsThis is a "2 fanedits in 1" released. Two shortened versions of: The Night of the Comet (1984) and Quiet Earth (1985).Mikedrew87:"I wanted to create a Sci-Fi Drive-In feel for a double feature. Lots of cheese."Enter the forum discussion.Inline Image
    Posted on 12-09-2014 01:38 PM  Number of Views: 84 
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    Lord_Elrond_St.Hubbins just released a new fanedit The Hobbit: The Desolation of Superfluous Narrative
    This fanedit (the sequel of "The Expected Cut", of the first Hobbit movie) honors the book significantly while also framing it in the zone of "prequel" not "sequel". It takes out all references to Lord of the Rings and starts the story from the beginning.

    Lord_Elrond_St.Hubbins:
    "This is however not a strict cut. I've allowed a few of Peter Jackson's embellishments to endure where it would otherwise ruin the story, or where it didn't wreck havoc too badly. However, significant elements have been cut, much of the action in the film is gone and this becomes a journey to "There", not an action extravaganza.I have taken the liberty, twice in this edit, to reinterpret parts of the film in a more experimental way than is normally seen in a fanfix, and it's great. Enjoy!"



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    Posted on 12-09-2014 01:35 PM  Number of Views: 11 
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    ranger613 just released a new fanedit Midnight Slaughter Train
    This fanedit of The Midnight Meat Train (2008).
    It was an original, fresh and very bloody movie. However, some fans were not satisfied with the overly occult ending and wonder what it would have been like if Meat Train was a straight-up slasher. With this edit, the film is recut into a solid slasher/splatter/psychological thriller with an alternate ending.

    ranger613:
    "This is Ryuhei Kitamura and Clive Barker's excellent 'Midnight Meat Train' with Bradley Cooper and 'Bullet Tooth' Vinnie Jones recut as a slasher. I focused on creating the most effective and interesting movie possible while avoiding the occult horror elements of the original. I'm quite happy with the final product! Midnight Slaughter Train is now a straight up slasher/splatter/psychological thriller with a new ending. It would be great to see what someone who had not seen the original think if he/she watches this before the original!"


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    Posted on 12-09-2014 01:31 PM  Number of Views: 7 
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    Ken Poirier just released a new fanedit Final Fantasy X: Ralpherized (Disc 1)
    This is a fanedit of Final Fantasy X; an experiment in "Less is more". Cutting the story into half-hour episodes, keeping the pacing going, and "Ralpherizing" the Video to give it that cartoon look. This DVD version includes the first 3 episodes already released on vimeo and to be seen in the IFDB page (video).

    Ken Poirier:
    "I have been playing around with my "Ralpherization" technique. Some of my experiments have been hit and miss. Then I was playing the HD remastered version of FFX, when I realized that although they had redone the textures and some of the polygons. The loading time between scenes and even the beats between characters was awful. It was upsetting because FFX has a very good story and it is unfortunate to suffer from the new medium when it performed very well (still not perfect though) on the PS2 Version."



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    Posted on 12-06-2014 04:29 AM  Number of Views: 31 
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    Inline ImageFaneditors Adabisi BlueYoda DominicCobb jswert123456 matrixgrindhouse Neglify njvc Rogue-Thex TM2YC and wayne.workman2012 all won the favorite edit of the month of october with the last Consecution Project called Time Travel Consecution
    Congratulations!
    And thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    The eighth consecution project features a whopping total of 14 short fanedits, spread across two-discs (a first for these consecutions). Come join us as we travel through space and time...
    The fanedit community wanted to see some time travelling action, so we got to work and recut our favorite time travel themed movies. The goal was to have fun and entertain the audience.

    Watch all the short edits on the IFDB page, at "video".

    List of short edits:
    Time's Adder by TM2YC - Chasing Moonlight by Adabisi - Bill & Ted's Tubular Adventure by wayne.workman2012 - Father Time by njvc - Run Marty Run by blueyoda - pinkface by Neglify - The New Adventures of Captain America by Rogue-theX - Visions of the Past by jswert123456 - Under The Terminator's Skin by DominicCobb - Future Shock by matrixgrindhouse - Future Perfect by Adabisi
    Bonus edits: I, Zathras by TM2YC - Time Waits For No One by TM2YC - Just In Time by DMPD






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    Posted on 11-28-2014 03:32 PM  Number of Views: 108 
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    Andreas presents his first fanedit, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Revisited.
    The intention is to make a film that was not only better paced and more interesting to watch, but also a film that echoed the visual style and tone of the later entries in the Harry Potter franchise.

    Andreas:
    "New sound effects | New music | New color palettes | New pacing | New approach ... and a deep, deep passion."

    Congratulations on releasing your first edit Andreas!

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